Osman Consulting provide temporary or ad-hoc operational capacity for organisations, supporting or managing activities across all stages of the project cycle, and delivering tailor-made one-off or longer-term relief and recovery programmes. We therefore reduce an organisation’s need to set-up infrastructure in a country they may have limited ground-level access to. OC navigate the complexity of politically unstable and high-pressure humanitarian environments to deliver immediate community resilience, and long-term sustainability and empowerment.
Our services incorporate:
Conducting needs and resource assessments
Project and partner identification
Project design and proposal writing tailored to beneficiary needs, donor requirements and the implementing partners’ wishes
Stakeholder analysis and mapping
Monitoring and evaluation
Logistical support across the project life span
Osman Consulting are also experts in the procurement of humanitarian supplies including pharmaceuticals, shelter items, non-food items and community supplies such as emergency schools.
Please get in touch to discuss your operational needs with us.
Safeguarding - MENA Region, 2021
Ongoing zero-hunger project implementation across Yemen, Zero-Hunger, Somalia, Sudan, Nigeria, Pakistan, & Myanmar.
Food security project on behalf of partners.
Empowerment - Somalia, 2021
FSL Ramadan project implementation and income generation projects.
Resilience - Yemen and Myanmar, Annual
Yearly food distribution.
Sustainability - Libya, 2019-2020
Management of medical intervention in Murzuq and Ubari, implemented in partnership with a local organisation, STACO, in response to the health emergency.
The project involved distributing emergency medication, training local medical staff and running awareness-raising sessions to help alleviate the crisis.
Resilience - Iraq, 2015
Providing durable shelters and other non-food items for Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) in Iraq’s Northern Governorates, in response to the rapid advance of armed opposition groups into Iraq during 2014.